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By changing the way certain organisms process sugar, UCLA researchers have shown how to produce more biofuel.
Researchers at the Venter Institute explain their groundbreaking techniques.
A plant enzyme improves the yield of renewable rubber made by bacteria.
Scientists are optimizing a lipid-producing microbe to make biofuels.
Engineering mice with a fat-burning strategy from bacteria keeps the animals thin.
Gene-silencing techniques for bacteria could mean better treatments for infections and more-efficient biofuel production.